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LoL Worlds 2023: T1 Are Your World Champions

Esports 19-11-2023 13:00

T1 have taken the 2023 League of Legends World Championship crown after beating the entire LPL gauntlet this Worlds. 

T1 Worlds 2023 Finals Winners
LoL Worlds 2023: T1 have dominated the Finals. | © Riot Games

T1 have completed the LPL gauntlet with an incredible victory over WBG in the 2023 League of Legends World Championship Finals. T1 were dominant throughout the finals and the playoffs leading up to the finals. 

T1 have proven everyone wrong. Going into this World Championship, most thought that Gen.G would be the Korean team to compete with the LPL's JDG, but instead we got a surprise final between T1 and Weibo Gaming, with T1 coming out on top. 

LoL Worlds 2023: T1 Dominate Weibo Gaming

Faker Worlds 2023 finals match
Faker is the GOAT. Unedinably. | © Riot Games

T1 only dropped a single game throughout their 2023 League of Legends World Championship playoff against JDG. In the finals they dominated against Weibo Gaming, with top laner Zeus and mid laner Faker popping off with the help of jungler Oner. 

The top lane and jungle duo of T1 stepped up big in the finals, helping T1 to the organization's fourth League of Legends World Championship. After multiple close calls, T1 are now finally proud to call themselves the best team in the World. 

The first two games of the series were dominated by Zeus, while the third match saw Faker step up on Akali, showing off why he is still the best player in the world. 

This is Faker's fourth World Championship, his sixth Worlds Finals appearance and tenth year as a professional player. While T1 did struggle earlier this year, they have proven everyone wrong with this World Championship. 

Next year, the World Championship will take place in Europe once more, with the Finals confirmed to take place in London, England in the iconic O2 Arena. 

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Sabrina Ahn

Sabrina Ahn is the League of Legends and Riftfeed Lead. During her time at Concordia University in 2014 she fell in love with League of Legends and esports and has been playing LoL since then – how she hasn't lost...